Category Archives: Human Computer Interaction (HCI)

Video from Transmediale 2019, Berlin

There’s a video of the Reworking the Brain session at Transmediale 2019.

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Link to Transmediale Events Schedule

Here’s the link to Transmediale Events Schedule: https://2019.transmediale.de/events/schedule transmediale 31 Jan – 03 Feb 2019 HKW, Berlin transmediale 2019 focuses on how feelings are made into objects of technological design and asks what role emotions and empathy play within digital … Continue reading

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A&SM#4 – click to register

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Final Call for Abstracts: “Neuroaffect” at Capacious

Final Call for Abstracts: “Neuroaffect” at Capacious: Affect Inquiry/Making Space Conference: August 8 to 11, 2018 Final reminder – The final deadline for submissions is Thursday, March 15, 2018. Call for 250-word paper abstracts for Stream 15: Neuroaffect For Capacious: Affect … Continue reading

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A.N.Whitehead Does HCI :-)

“Transitions in human–computer interaction: from data embodiment to experience capitalism” out now in AI & SOCIETY. This “experimental” article was written after the Streams of Consciousness conference at Warwick in 2016 where I tried to get Gramsci to do HCI. … Continue reading

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